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all of us giving to some people. a few benefit like clean energy then you might get the money and some of the with the defense contractor in favor of mitt romney that is good for your business but bad for the economy in general to tax some people. romney had a good line you don't just pick winners and losers but you pick the losers. john: they could the random selection people look at politician as the person to solve every problem? president obama was the magic president. these people were waiting three hours. he is magic. >> they've really feel he has the intrinsic quality now they he has been reelected to change people's lives like he has only been warming up. for what? it is terrifying. john: people felt this way about romney. >> but obama is a classic example of the colt of the presidency the idea that any politician can fix all the problems is not start with the obama but is the attitude we should get rid of racism. he should stop the rise of the oceans and get everybody house. i saw a teenager said he should give everybody a house. kids say that is understandable. but adults are
anthony, and some of the slopes are already open. more coming up. >> dan: plus five hour energy drinks, pressure is mounting on the manufacturer. why the government is cracking down. stay here with us. "abc 7 news" atmçó4+y?i >> dan: heavily caffeinated drinks are getting attention from the fda. they confirms it receives reports of 13 deaths over the past four years that mention the use of product five hour energy drink. another five reports including monster energy drink. they say mention of the products in reports does not prove any association with the deaths. the distributor of five hour energy, it's unaware of any deaths proven to be caused by the consumption of five hour energy, unquote. >>> turn out the lights. darkness of depression can be triggered by light. a professor studied mice. it turns out too much at night can trigger depression and even learning problems. take away for people, go out in the daytime, get natural sunlight and avoid bright lights at night including from a computer or a tablet in the dark. >> both nasa and russia say they were in control of the internat
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in the republican side is if you buy into green energy or if you play footsie on this issue, you do so at your political peril. >> you do, absolutely. and that's a big change, and it is important. again, i remember four, five or even three years ago, john, a lot of republicans, they would play games with this. they'd say, "okay, oh gosh, i think i need a green energy agenda. but i won't go all the way and support cap-and-trade." they did. they tried to walk down the middle and that's wrong. i think it's philosophically inconsistent, but it's also politically disadvantageous. and we've worked hard to make that so, by the way. the left has had the edge as long as i can remember. they march out to the towns, do whatever they are told to do... one thing we've changed with afp, is we now have an army too. and we can do calls and e-mails and letters and rallies, events, and pressure. and i think that's made a big difference. our side didn't have that five or six years ago on this iue. we do now. i do think it's a new day for that reason. (applause) >> hockenberry: this new day has dramatically trans
of this event which were very grateful for, and i think it's symbolic of incredible new energy that is developing in detroit and i should also say that josh created a company called, in 1999 here in detroit, operating all this time. two weeks ago it sold for a nice exit. here's a story of a company, a local copy that came from here, when all the way and he's an real well with the. even vested in a ton of other companies. so i just want to start asking you, steve, you know, when i told you about this you like it neatly, you want to be a part of the trick why do you think techonomy detroit was a good idea? >> i didn't think it was good at that is a great idea. i appreciate that you're willing to do this and shine a spotlight on detroit because to me it is not just about detroit commission of the story of aqaba notion in america and how it really is spread more broadly through the nation than we sometimes relate. silicon valley is the epicenter of enormous innovation, tremendous companies there, exciting, something we're all proud of. but there's also a lot of companies all across
workers. or make sure that good jobs and clean energy do not end up in countries like china. i have put forward a detailed plan that allows us to make these investments while reducing our deficit by four trillion dollars over the next decade. i want to be clear. i'm open to compromise. i'm open to new ideas. i am committed to solving our fiscal challenges. but i refuse to accept any approach that is not balanced. i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 are not asked to pay a dime more in taxes. i am not going to do that. this was a central question during the election. it was debated over and over again. on tuesday night we found out that the majority of americans agree with my approach. that includes democrats independents, and a lot of republicans across the country. as well as it independent economists and budget experts. that is how you reduce the deficit with a balanced approach. for believe we can get the majority. i was encouraged to hear the speaker agreed that tax revenue has
to be delayed. >> people like secretary geithner have put a lot of energy into the issue related to the fiscal cliff. they are going to want to see it through. >> the same is true of defense secretary leon pineda who found cuts that could be devastating to the pentagon. a spokesman shut down talk of pineda's departure. >> he has spoken clearly on his job today he focused on mission of department of defense and not focused on his personal future. >> stooe enpat who worked in white house administrations after four years cabinet members like to go to their soccer games have some what of a normal schedule where there usually is lucrative offers waiting for them. >>> 18 after the hour. still to come doctors are supposed to help them lose weight. turns out most doctors would rather not treat over weight patients. anna kooiman explains in this week's fox health fix coming up. >>> a massive manhunt. police are looking for a robber using an ak-47 after he strikes again. >> quick headlines for you at this hour. the school getting an f grade in money management. they got 300 million in order to pay their
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an energy assistance expo at baltimore community college. representatives from the home energy programs helped citizens apply for assistance and other resources to help manage their utility bills. >> what most people don't know about, and i think that's what this program is about today, is that they can get assistance. don't wait until your utility is cut off. you can go down and sit down with the utility company and say, look, i'm having a problem. >> and officials say fewer people showed up this year, which is a good thing, which means most people are learning how to manage their income better and don't need the assistance. >>> well, this is veterans day. the va maryland health care system teamed up with a local veterans organization to hold a memorial service. the third annual memorial service was held in towsend. >> this is a ceremony that will remember those veterans that have passed away. again, trying to remember those who have given their time, their service for our country. they might not have been the ones that died in action. that's what we reserve memorial day for. but this
the consequences, maybe we can find a basis for acting. on the rubric of energy, there's a lot that obama wants to do on energy -- natural gas, etc., addressing climate change in the process -- it may be pragmatic in the context of this crisis and there may be movement. >> this question is for matt. as we see the latino population getting bigger, more affluent, more politically involved, and also the culturally based, normally socially conservative family, opening the gates up for everyone as long as they have equal opportunity -- if there is a legitimate latino candidate in the future, the reciprocal, will they be able to coalesce with the african- american vote just as president obama has taken the coalition of both latinos and african- americans -- would a hispanic be able to do the same thing? >> there is a lot of similarities. when you look at congressional candidates that are out there that represent black and latino , they are doing that our reach, and there are similarities. we sometimes see disagreements in primaries, but in general, there is usually overwhelming support, and we're sta
strong a word. >> right now i'm addicted to coffee. >> i need something to give me the energy. >> i don't think i could live without coffee. >> reporter: scientists ran computer models on global warming finding if their worst estimates come true, in 68 years there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. because wild coffee ensures healthy genetic diversity, it could mean extinction of even beans grown on farms. imagine it, a world without coffee. how would people everywhere conquer alarm clocks and survive their commutes to work. >> here juan valdez and his workers hand pick coffee with pride. >> reporter: what would happen to juan valdez? >> oh, my god. >> reporter: where would "friends" go to meet without coffee and what would take coffee's place? nearly 7 million tons of beans are produced worldwide each year. coffee is the world's second most traded commodity behind oil. over 80% of americans drink it, spending on average $164 a year. >> diet coke will still be around. >> maybe we can go with some synthetic thing to replace it. >> i'd have to find another alternat
something that's going to give me that energy. >> reporter: scientists ran computer models on global warming, finding that if their worst estimates come true, in 68 years, there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. it could mean extinction of beans grown on farms. imagine it. a world without coffee. how would people everywhere conquer alarm clocks and survive their commutes to work? what would happen to juan valdez? >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: where would friends go to meet without coffee? nearly 7 million tons of beans produced worldwide each year, it's the second most traded commodity behind oil. over 80% of americans drink it. spending on average $164 a year. >> diet coke will still be around? >> maybe we can up with some synthetic thing to replace it. >> now, skeptics of global warming say it's all temptess in a teapot. that's 68 years away. anyone enjoying their coffee this morning, take heart, we'll be extinct before the coffee bean. according to this study. >> enjoy your coffee. we should say, though, although we had a little bit of fun, global warming is no jok
of earmarked and a reformed non- earmakrker will stay. and where health care and energy policy, a committee of jurisdiction there, that chairman will be staying another two years. ways and means, which might see a lot of action with fiscal cliff and tax reform, entitlement stuff, always goes through ways and means -- dave on.p, like fred andupt judiciary committee, he will make a bid for the science committee. he will find themselves in competition with james sensenbrenner, who indicated he is interested in that job as well. ralph hall, the chairman now, term limits. transportation and fende -- and infrastructure headed by john mica, he is term limited in that role and there are a few people will have seniority and the either have committee assignments or are not looked upon as viable. it looks like we are passing the baton to a new generation. bill schuster, the son of bud shuster, old transportation committee chairman, he is making a very strong play for the chairmanship of that. that will be just in time for congress to start thinking about another reauthorization of transportation progr
and the truth is, they are brutal. you look what is happening in the iranian energy area, not only the fact that they're able to sell, you know, less than 50% of what they were selling before. it is that their production, their output is down from over 4 million barrels a day to 2.6 million barrels a day. part of the reason for that is precisely because of the sanctions, the inability to continue to invest in the energy infrastructure, the inability to continue to pump and store oil as they shut down oil fields that may not be so easy for them to recoup. you look what is happening to the currency, the devaluation. there are some estimates that the currency is being devalued by half every two months. think about what that means. it means that what you're buying, when you go and you buy something it costs you twice as much. it means what you have in the bank is worth half as much. if this is continuing to happen, it is bound to have an effect on the society as a whole whole. look at what the supreme leader has been saying over the last couple weeks. on more than one occasion he has explicitly
for holidays. >> are schools closed monday? no? >> not montgomery county. it's a half day, i believe. >> energy -- federal government is closed, right? >> julie wright is standing by with traffic. >> are we working monday? >> yes. >> we work every day. >> darn! we need that rule, if the schools are out, we're out, too. >> i like that. >> on the roads now you'll find north of town 95 and 295, nice between bwi marshall with no incidents. eastbound 32 approaching 295, accident activity has traffic squeezing by on the shoulder. heavy delays eastbound on 32. westbound your lanes are open. no issues on the outer loop. slowdowns leaving 95 to georgia. new hampshire to route one, 11 minutes. 395 coming across the 14th street bridge, no problems to report. lanes open. delays on the inner loop leaving springfield to gallows road. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >>> listen to this, and look at this, a group of students in florida making the impossible possible. they built shoes that let them walk on water. it's all part of an assignment for an architecture class. the students raced across,
to the committee on energy with instructions to report back the following amendment, number 2880. mr. reid: i ask for the yeas and nays on that motion. the presiding officer: is there a sufficient second? there appears to be. the yeas and nays are ordered. mr. reid: i have an amendment to the instructions. that's also at the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from nevada, mr. reid, proposes amendment numbered 2881 to the instructions on the motion to commit s. 3525. mr. reid: i ask for the yeas and nays on that amendment. the presiding officer: is there a sufficient second? there appears to be. the yeas and nays are ordered. mr. reid: i have a second-degree amendment at the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from nevada, mr. reid, proposes amendment numbered 2882 to amendment numbered 2881. mr. reid: i have a cloture motion on the bill that is already at the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: cloture motion. we, the undersigned senators in accordance with the provisions of rule 22 of the st
knowledge, and expertise in energy. in energy we have created 1 billion pounds for capture in storage, one of the key technologies of the future. we created the world's first green investment bank. we're pioneering a new incentive for heat systems in people's homes, and we are putting in place a robust financial framework to incentivize renewable electricity. as a result, more than 12 billion pounds has been committed to into renewable projects in the u.k. and the past 18 months alone with the potential to support around 20,000 new jobs. we've also created new incentives to squeeze more oil and gas out of the north sea, including from the marginal fields. when we see opportunity, we must go for it. look at the way we of got behind tech city right here in london. two years ago there were around 200 digital companies. today there are 1200. with major tech companies like amazon and facebook setting up developer centers, this is now becoming the fastest-growing technology cluster anywhere in the world. we will be publishing new strategies for aerospace and ameritech, alongside it clear, offsho
'easter that moved in on the east coast last night was brutal. according to the u.s. energy department last night's nor'easter caused more than 100,000 new power outages in the mid atlantic and northeast. that brings the total number of outages to 715,000 at last check. most of which still remain from hurricane sandy. >>> enough of the real news, let's huddle around the water cooler to see what the re-election of president obama has done to stephen colbert. it's sad really. [ cheers and applause ] >> what are you people doing here? shouldn't you be out celebrating? [ cheers and applause ] because evidently you don't listen to anything i say! i've been bringing you the truth hot and hard now for seven years! how do you repay me? four more years of hope and change. what do you think? what do you think? you think i do this night after night for you amusement? i do it for america. what's the point? [ cheers and applause ] >> it will get better soon. surprise, surprise, they're still counting votes in the state of florida. as we told you earlier, it could go into a recount down there, not that it matt
all of us giving to some people. a few benefit like clean energy then you mighget the money and some of the with the defense contractor in favor of mitt romney that is good for your business but bad for the economy in general to tax some people. romney had a good line you don't just pickwinners and losers but you pick the losers. john: they could the random selection people look at politician as the person to solve every problem? president obama was the magic president. these people were waiting three hours. he is magic. >> they've really feel he has the intrinsic quality now they he has been reelected to change people's lives like he has only been warming up. for what? it is terrifying. john: people felt this way about romney. >> but obama is a classic example of the colt of the presidency the idea that any politician can fix all the problems is not start with the obama but is the attitude we should get rid of racism. he should stop the rise of the oceans and get everybody house. i saw a teenager said he should give everybody a house. kids say that is understandable. but adults are
to give me that energy. >> reporter: scientists ran computer models on global warming, in 68 years, there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. it could mean extension of beans grown on farms. imagine it. a world without coffee. how would people everywhere conquer alarm clocks and survive their commute to work? what would happen to juan valdez? where would friends go to meet without coffee? nearly 7 million tons of beans produced worldwide each year, it's the second most traded commodity behind oil. over 80% americans drink it. >> diet coke will still be around? >> maybe some siynthetic thing o replace it. >> now, skeptics of global warming say it's temp's in a teapot. that's 68 years away. anyone enjoying their coffee this morning, take heart, we'll be extinct before the coffee bean. >> global warming is no joke. >>> coming up here -- holiday shopping season starting early for criminals. surveillance video of thieves stealing stuff that people put on layaway. >>> also ahead -- solo act. tween fa favorites justin bieber and selena gomez go their separate ways.
candidates talk about making us more energy independent. there are a lot of things we can do that might lead to compromise. two things have been done by the administration. the cap a standards, when fully implemented, will reduce the need for importing oil. the greenhouse gas standards have changed the way power plants have the function. that, plus the green market force of the decline of natural gas prices, has led to a lot of change. senator portman has spent a lot of time on energy efficiency for buildings. the state that has the lowest per-capita consumption of energy when it comes to non- transportation, you will never guess. california, who would have thought? >> i would have thought new york. >> exactly. why? california's per capita consumption -- 44% of our energy consumption is heating and cooling buildings, whether residential, commercial. 35% is transportation. california, in 1978, passed building standards under then- governor brown, who was known for this, governor moonbeam. every building had to pass energy standards to make california very efficient. these are the kind of thin
of the president's re-election. murray energy corporation announcing that the layoffs at its utah and illinois plants. ceo, bob murray says the president's alleged war on coal, including pending e.p.a. regulation also destroy the coal industry by the year 2030. he forced a cross-country flight to land after having a mid-air melt down about terrorists. today that jetblue pilot is a free man. that he clayton ranting and raving during it a flight from new york to las vegas back in march. he was arrested for interfering with crew members found not guilty by reason of insanity. now a texas judge has let him go free rather than commit him to a mental facility. he will not be allowed back on an airplane without permission. he must also forego his pilot's license. lady liberty lighting up new york harbor for the first time since super storm sandy hits. it serves as a victim of hope for other storm victims. brings and stone walkways were torn up. can you he see some that there the docks were ripped apart. power is also out. so crews are using a temporary lighting system powered by generators to light u
women in the senate, things may get done. you also have a lot of energy of new senators. there is a big scramble up there. my overriding role is that if you are thinking about the fiscal cliff right now, what you are in the white house or you are the mitch mcconnell, you have to consider that voters in exit polls are saying that they're willing to take higher taxes, but they think government is too big. it is there. it is within reach. but john boehner has to be given some kind of cover so he can bring 140 republican votes with him. it will be very difficult to do a. obama will have to immediately decide whether he wants to go off the cliff with the bush tax cuts, or if he will try to get something big and mushy like tax reform. it will have to be massaged in such a way through increased revenue and more money flow and fees. anything to avoid that horrible thing called a tax increase. >> we heard the last panel talked a little bit about redistricting and the impact on partisanship, especially in the house. the senate has gotten more ideological itself after last night. the democrats com
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-hour energy will help you go. ♪ ♪ so buy a bottle o ♪ you can help fight breast cancer today. ♪ >>> if people don't think that we did evening we can to make sure that we saved lives of folks who i sent there and who were carrying out missions on behalf of the united states then you don't know how our defense department thinks or our state department thinks, or our c.i.a. thinks. their number one priority is protect american lives. that is what our job is. >> chris: president obama and his first news conference sanction answering a question whether he gave any orders on the night of the benghazi attack to protect the americans on the ground there. time to bring in our panel. fred barnes of the "the weekly standard." stoddard of the hill newspaper -- a.b. stoddard of the hill. >> charles lane from the "washington post." tonight, let me check, from atlanta, yes, syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles, how is your manual call mystery tour going? >> i'm out here going city to city and rooting out harassries among conservatives. >> chris: i hope you are making money yo
morning starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> welcome to 11 news saturday morning, i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. first a check outside with john and it has been so cold all week. i'm looking forward to the weekend. >> since sandy went through, our temperatures have been above average and finally made to 60 degrees yesterday and that's the trend for the weekend, not a chilly. that won't last forever but it's landing on the weekend which is a good thing. to get the warmerir in here, we really have to have a warm front come in and that's the process going to right now. you can see on the radar, don't be put off by this. at the moment, clear skies, crescent moon out there this morning up in the eastern sky. the moon has been rising for the past few hours. but we do have with this warm front and warmer air coming in from the west, a little bit of cloud and shower activity. it's almost just sprinkles in the mountains of pennsylvania going through johnstown right now, moving in our direction. we could see a few clouds this morning and
the energy and enthusiasm that helped republicans win house in 2010 and i think many of those same house members elected in 2010 will be the primary obstacle to a deal on the fiscal cliff. those words have not been mentioned but i think people will be asking about and that will be the focus going forward. those tea party members or whatever they call themselves are still there and they are still a conservative and holding the same views. >> don't forget, senate leadership elections will be interesting on the republican side. the election of ted crews and what he and that doing push in that caucus to the right, the strength of rand paul. republican senators don't have a lot of ability to stop what's happening in the senate. >> that's right. the other tea party-aligned incoming senator from nebraska -- most people have paid attention to the ones who lost because of their comment about rape. they did not do badly. but only 10 or 11, if alan west loses his recount. but only 10 members of the class were defeated the mets on a bad ratio. >> there was so much concern going into this alexian abo
with your pocketbook, try to contribute with your time. time and energy are needed to help these folks in any way possible. >> food, old clothes, anything. so just help out. >> yeah. >> keeping everyone in mind from the victims of the storm. send our thoughts and prayers. more from abc next. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. insomniacs >>> this morning on "world news >>> this morning on "world news now" -- talking taxes. you're going to be hearing more and more of it coming out of washington. >> there are signs of cooperation, but also a line in the sand. it's friday, november 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> well, that line in the sand was drawn by house speaker john boehner in an interview with our own diane sawyer. very interesting. you can tell the battle's beginning to brew once again. you just saw this months ago. good friday morning, everybody. i am rob nelson. >> here is my olive branch, but -- >> here's half a branch. >> i'm paula faris. all about what is popularly or unpopularly known as that fis
this is incredibly tiring. but you know what, you drive energy from the good work that so many people do around this commonwealth. i could not be so from -- more fortunate in the friends and supporters i have had in 15 years. i'm going to add lib one more thank you, i want to think people who waited for hours and hours -- thank people who waited for hours and hours. [applause] i am not sure, i am not sure people should have had to wait for hours and hours to vote. when i was a youngster, i took a year off from moscow and worked as a missionary in honduras. -- law school and worked as a missionary in honduras. nobody could vote for anything. nobody could vote for anything. i took it for granted, of course people vote. that is what we do. when you live somewhere else where people cannot vote and they cannot pick their leaders and a lot of people in the world still living countries and societies like that, you come to realize how important it is. the specter of virginians standing for hours and hours in mind today, maybe they should not have had to, but they were willing to do it. [applause] parti
, there are all kinds of interesting models that are emerging throughout the states. with respect to energy independence and greater use of natural gas which is going to constitute a whole new opening economically for us. there are states that are way ahead of others in that regard. so paying close attention to the best practices that are emerging in the 50 states, i think, is a critically important thing for republicans to do as well. >> let's go there. we had david frum on the other day. i don't agree with david on all the issues, but he talked about how conservatives and republicans were lied to. they were lied to by -- i think -- what did he call them? the conservative entertainment complex. and they were. i mean, what would happen is, a pollster who basically was engaging in witchcraft and not polling would come out with a poll that would show -- you pick the state that you wanted mitt romney to be ahead in, he would give it to you. the top conservative website would then put it on the top of the page. and then cable news channels and talk radio hosts would come on. and all day we woul
, frankly, the time and energy to devote to trying to catch up. they thought they could lock down this primary nomination by the end of january or early february and what end up happening is they played the sort of extended game of whack-a-mole where a different candidate came up every month and it wasn't until the end of april that they secured the nomination and at that point the romney campaign was pretty much broke. his image was battered by the nominating battle where he lurched to the right on a number of issues and he was in a bad position to take on the obama machine. they began to try to assemble a ground game and started raising money but even up until the end of the election this month, they didn't catch up displood in just a ver little timee have left, carol leigh what, would you say the obama folks said made the difference? the front-end spending that allowed them to soften romney up ahead of going into the republican convention, and they caught some breaks, too. if you remember, romney's 47% tape came right after the moment and underscored-- the argument they were ma
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